Kaizer Chiefs are thought to be getting closer to one of their targets as the transfer window prepares to reopen in just over a month. The Siya crew has been led to believe that a deal could be reached in the coming weeks between Chiefs and SuperSport United regarding the young defender Luke Fleurs.
Football is a sport that can bring people together for a lifetime despite the constant changes. Players have to adjust to change at a fast rate as they are constantly playing for new teams. This means that it is hard for them to maintain relationships as they meet new teammates and create new bonds.
The pressure of playing for the big teams is intense around the world. This is something that many players struggle with. Orlando Pirates was one of the clubs hat released a number of players. This star's departure didn't come as much of a surprise considering the season he had.
Former Orlando Pirates defender Thulani Hlatshwayo has reacted on Happy Jele's exit from Orlando Pirates. The Buccaneers announced the departure of their longest serving player early this week, ending a 16-year spell. Hlatshwayo who was also released by Pirates this window transfer has shared his views on the departure of his former teammate at Pirates.
Just a couple of days ago Orlando Pirates announced that they had finally parted company with top class defensive maestro Thulani Hlatshwayo who in all fairness did not live up to expectations at the club The former Bidvest Wits captain arrived in Soweto with a very high ceiling and his status as one of the best defenders in the country well intact as he was also on occasion captain of the South African National Team as well
Allies of Orlando Pirates might see their #1 group sign one of the mainland's top global stars. As they keep on dealing with their crew, they are expecting to track down a strong blend. If not, they have opportunity and willpower to scour the exchange market for their fantasy stars.
Hlatshwayo Speaks Out Regarding Jele's Departure from the Orlando Pirates Thulani Hlatshwayo, a former defender for the Orlando Pirates, has shared his thoughts on Happy Jele's departure from the club. At the beginning of this week, the Buccaneers made public the departure of their player with the longest tenure with the team at 16 years.
"They were not completely honest. We had a meeting two days after that game, myself and the coaches, and they told me they were looking to change the team and see if what they were planning would work. But the change never came," According to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma Thulani Hlatshwayo opened up about one of his costly errors at Orlando Pirates and the club not being honest with player subsequently afterwards in terms of a solution
Supporters of Orlando Pirates may see their favorite team sign one of the continent's top international stars. As they continue to work on their squad, they are aiming to find a solid combination. If not, they still have time to scour the transfer market for their dream stars.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Sunday and local football action has been shelved till the end of December. This has given footballers the perfect opportunity to enjoy a rare November break. Thulani Hlatshwayo embraced the opportunity with both hands as he took his family to Mauritius for a well deserved holiday.
"Mustafa Nazim's transfer to African club (Orlando Pirates) has stalled due to the residency procedures in South Africa," According to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma a deal for Orlando Pirates to sign Iraq top class defender is temporarily on hold for the moment due to residency procedures here in South Africa
Former Orlando Pirates defender and captain Thulani Hlatshwayo has been a free agent after since he parted ways with the buccaneers after the end of the previous season, Thulani Hlatshwayo decided to part ways with Orlando Pirates after he lost his place in the club's starting lineup and spent a lot of time on the sidelines due to his poor performances, but it has now been confirmed that Hlatshwayo has joined a new Premier Soccer League (PSL) club, it is reported that Thulani Hlatshwayo has joined Supersport United and he will officially start training with his new club very soon ahead of the next PSL season.
Formerly with Orlando Pirates Thulani Hlatshwayo who plays in defence has given his reasons why he jumped to the Matsatsantsa ship when his relationship with Orlando Pirates turned sour. Aged 32, Tyson is no longer a youngster but a experienced season campaigner who wants to forget about his bad stint with Orlando Pirates in last two season.
Ex-Pirates player has just joined their Rivals, Check below One of the players who were released by Orlando Pirates football club has been announced by their Premier Soccer League rivals ahead of the new Dstv premiership season that will start in the few coming months, Orlando Pirates football club is currently on the process of building a new challenging team for next season because they want to challenge Mamelodi Sundowns football club.
"I'm not personally nice [good] at communicating and he's a person that's always communicating and trying to be the leader and or course, as a centre-back, you want to be a leader one day," "For me, now I'm 22, so I have hope to be a leader someday as soon as possible.
When Thulani Hlatshwayo was unceremoniously dismissed by Soweto giants Orlando Pirates, many people were left disappointed. Some believe that Hlatshwayo was not given ample time to prove himself. He was the Bafana Bafana captain when he joined Pirates but he since fallen down the perking order and he rarely has received ang call ups.
Thulani Hlatshwayo: Former Orlando Pirates skipper spotted at new club! Thulani Hlatshwayo, a former captain of the Orlando Pirates, has been observed at a new PSL team, although no agreement has yet been made. Also Read: Kaizer Chiefs welcome two new players? One is still to come
Thulani Hlatshwayo has made sense of why he held on for the rest of the time prior to letting Orlando Pirates know his choice to leave. After two seasons at Pirates, Hlatshwayo selected to leave Pirates, and he has now re-joined with Gavin Hunt at SuperSport United.
Thulani Hlatshwayo has made sense of exhaustively the way in which Orlando Pirates denied him the valuable chance to fix his missteps and why he feels the Soweto monsters need 'genuineness and trustworthiness' in their dealings. The previous Bafana global understood his childhood dream by getting paperwork done for Bucs on 21 September 2020, driving the club to the MTN8 win in his most memorable season.
Former Orlando Pirates skipper Thulani Hlatshwayo has explained how the club denied him the opportunity to fix his mistakes. The former Bafana Bafana captain was among of the players that parted ways with the Buccaneers during the current transfer window after struggling for a regular game time in the past season.